This interactive grid provides the sentencing ranges for Driving While License Suspended in New Jersey. It does not, however, include collateral consequences of a Driving While License Suspended conviction. Moreover, all this is for informational purposes only. It is not presented for the purpose of providing legal advice and does not constitute an offer to represent you. Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances. If you need legal assistance please contact and hire a lawyer. Before making your choice of attorney, you should give this matter careful thought. The selection of an attorney is an important decision.
If the cops in New Jersey ever charged you with failure to maintain motor vehicle liability insurance coverage, then read on. Indeed, on a recent Friday afternoon, a Morris County man drove into a grocery store. But he did not merely drive into the parking lot. Additionally, he did not merely drive into a drive-thru. Instead, he drove into the actual store. Furthermore, news reports claim he drove up the curb and into a brick wall that houses grocery carts in front of the store. The crash, however, did not cause any injuries to anyone. Moreover, cops claim they found heroin and drug paraphernalia in the vehicle. Read More
New Jersey State Police recently charged three people for an alleged kidnapping and robbery, per social media. And it all began last December in Cumberland County. One evening a few days before Christmas, the purported victim left his home with a friend. During the departure, two masked men allegedly appeared. Brandishing handguns, the anonymous assailants accosted the victim and the friend. But they directed the friend to leave. And she complied. Nothing in the news release, however, indicates the friend reported any of this to police. Next, the men allegedly commanded the victim to hand over the cash in his possession. And he complied. Additionally, the aggressors allegedly forced the man to return into his home. And he complied. But the victim had no additional money to give the men. Thus, they allegedly forced him to drive at gunpoint to an ATM machine. And he complied. Read More
Meanwhile in Ocean County, authorities charged a teenager with selling the fatal dose of heroin and fentanyl to a Toms River man. Additionally, the authorities claim this defendant supplied the lethal heroin and fentanyl found in the victim’s system. Consequently, the individual faces a charge of strict liability for drug-induced deaths, per the County Prosecutor. Read More